11 1980s Boxing Programs, 8 for Championship Fights. 1. March 15, 1983, Wembley (UK) Arena.
Lot 257. 11 1980s Boxing Programs, 8 for Championship Fights. 1. March 15, 1983, Wembley (UK) Arena. Charlie Magri defeated Elioncio Mercedes for the world flyweight title. Vg-ex 24-page program. 2. April 15, 1984, Atlantic City. Harry Arroyo defeated Charlie Brown to claim the IBF lightweight championship. Ex, eight pages. 3. Sept. 1, 1984, Struthers, OH. Arroyo retained the IBF lightweight champion with a TKO of Brown. Ex, 16 pages. 4. Dec. 8, 1984, Buenos Aires. Santos Laciar defeated Hilario for the WBA world flyweight title. Vg-ex 28-page 5.5” x 7.5” Spanish-language program. 5. April 19, 1985, Inglewood, CA. Juan Meza defeated Mike Ayala for the WBC world super bantamweight championship, and Ruben Castillo took the WBC world super featherweight championship from Julio Cesar Chavez. Nm-m, 12 pages. 6. Dec. 12, 1985, Sydney, Australia. Jeff Fenech decisioned Jerome Coffee for the world bantamweight title. 7. Sept. 16, 1986, Syracuse, NY. A card including junior middleweight Matt Farrago and heavyweight Lou Vallar. Ex, 12 pages. 8. March 4, 1987, London. Terry Marsh scored a TKO to defeat champion Joe Manley for the IBF world light-welterweight title. Ex, 24 pages. 9. March 6, 1987, Antonio Esparragoza ended Steve Cruz’s reign as WBA world featherweight champion with a TKO. Ex+, 20 pages. 10. July 1, 1987, London. Terry Marsh remained the IBF world light-welterweight champion by defeating Akio Kameda on a TKO. He retired as an undefeated champion at the end of the year. Ex, 16 pages. 11. Aug. 10, 1989, Norfolk, VA. Pernell Whitaker consolidated the WBC and IBF world lightweight championships with a unanimous decision over Jose Luis Ramirez. Ex+, 12 pages with Hardee’s advertisements on the front and back covers. Minimum Bid $40.